Viking tote bag -- Olaf, King of Norway slays a dragon
Olaf was King of Norway from 1015-1028. His exploits and bravery are described in the Heimskringla Saga by Snorri Sturluson. He was later known as Olav den Hellige or St. Olaf.
This tote bag makes a great gift for those who have Nordic roots and a Norse heritage – and also have the courage to kill a dragon.
The vintage drawing is truly an emblem of Nordic culture. Found in the Nasjonalbiblioteket in Oslo and digitally enhanced, it is perfect for those who love ancient Scandinavian lore, runes, myths, and tales of the Norsemen.
Get rid of all the plastic and pack your goodies in this spacious organic cotton tote bag. Fill it up with groceries, books, and travel essentials—there’s room for everything!
• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Fabric weight: 8 oz/yd² (272 g/m²)
• Dimensions: 20” x 14” x 5”
• Capacity: 6 US gal (23 l)
• Weight limit: 30lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1” wide and 25" long self-fabric dual straps
• Open main compartment, flat bottom
|Bag width (inches)||20|
|Bag height (inches)||14|
|Bag depth (inches)||5|
|Strap length (inches)||25|
|Strap width (inches)||1|